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I recently finished the first three books in the Shadow Campaign series (The Thousand Names, The Shadow Throne and The Price of Valor). Military fantasy books set in a Napoleonic war setting, that isn't something I've seen done before. 

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After the Titanic wreck was found, Walter Lord wrote a follow-up to A Night to Remember titled The Night Lives On, which spends more time on the immediate aftermath and investigations about the sinking while also challenging many of the popular myths that have been attached to the disaster in light of the discovery.

Even the cover art of the 1986 hardcover dust jacket was startling:

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